How to operate a Nissan Leaf – a guide for busy owners
If your new car is not your first car, chances are that you have not read your user’s manual. This video will acquaint you with the most necessary information you need to know for a Nissan Leaf 2015, an electric car. Some of the features are likely similar on other models or makes.
Of course, if you need to know more, you should check the user’s guide.
You may also want to check out a similar video for Lexus ES350, 2014:
Reading Car Owner’s Manual For Busy Owners
The title is a tongue twister but it is not as hard as getting a new Nissan Leaf. I thought I was good at getting a new car but I still messed up a bit this time. I was quick and efficient, i.e. I sent out the price inquiry email one day, and next day went to the dealership, did the test drive and got the car. However I was not well prepared, got an unexpected price increase and a couple other surprises. I am sharing everything about getting a Nissan Leaf (either lease or purchase), so that you will do better than me. I hope this video will save you time and money.
It is easier if you make a cash purchase because you only need to the compare out-door price. For electrical vehicle, there are some good reasons to lease, but then there are more variables to compare, thus you need to watch this video. I will talk about what feature/option you should get, how to compare the prices/terms, energy rebates, caveat, VPP pricing etc.
$7500 Fed Tax Credit
$2500 State (California)
participating charge station
Discount PG&E Off-peak rate discounts
Quick Charge Port
Business Associate Company Employees
Online excel sheet company code
Online email code
NNA and Affiliate Company Employees
Free metered parking in San Jose
Nissan No Charge to Charge Program
Check out my previous new car buying tips: